It isn't easy becoming a quarter of a century old, but SOMEONE has to do it! And so I did it like anyone else would: spent time with some of my favourite people, saw five (read: FIVE) movies at the WIFF, had plenty of coffee and lattes and caesars OH MY, and relaxed.
My homemade cupcakes: snickerdoodle (with the almonds) and pumpkin (with the walnuts).
<3 Mad love for these people. They know me (maybe TOO well).
The morning-after-the-celebration breakfast, and not all of us felt as chipper as me.
Breakfast? How about grilled cheese instead! Why?
(1) Because it was my birthday. (2) It was 1:00 PM.
My friends are consistently impressed (NOT) with my ability to take photos of everything. I also often ask them to "recreate the moment". In this picture, this was their genuine expression - not the expression of the expression they had just done.
If I can't have a real dog...maybe I can bring this guy home?
Vintage jewelry and the tiniest gloves I have ever seen. I don't know what's in the water these days, but my fingers felt ginormous after attempting to try these on.
Latte at Coffee Exchange. It is a beautiful thing.
The City Grill, filling up with people before the final films at the Windsor International Film Festival (which was SO GOOD!).
Classy place with a delicious steak. How was I ever a vegetarian?
Christmas lights aren't so bad when it's 16 degrees Celsius outside.
Thanks to all of the wonderful friends and especially R. for making the weekend all so fab!